The Voice of the Giants: Loud, Proud, Superstitious

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    NEWSLETTERS

    NBC Bay Area
    Renel Brooks-Moon is the woman behind the smooth voice you hear over the loudspeakers at AT&T Park.

    Giants fans are loud. But one woman has the biggest voice at the ballpark.

    Renel Brooks-Moon is the woman behind the smooth voice you hear over the loudspeakers. She knows how to talk the fans into a frenzy. She's been at the microphone for the Giants for 10 years and says her second World Series feels extra special.

    Brooks-Moon says practice, focus and, of course, good luck charms keep her sharp. She always has throat lozenges nearby and most importantly, a Negro League figurine. It's a reminder of her roots and how far she has come to be sitting in the press booth. During the postseason, you won't find her without her now-lucky orange trenchcoat.

    The San Francisco favorite says the team is full of loveable characters. Brooks-Moon enjoys saying Juan Uribe's name best.

    As for a World Series victory, Brooks-Moon isn't making predictions but says good things are waiting for the team.

    San Francisco fans can't wait to hear that voice holler: "The World Series champion San Francisco Giants!"